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conservative or you think you're a conservative or you wish to conserve something and to be truly liberating is to educate yourselves and to learn about the good, the true and the beautiful. those are the high things and that's what makes life worth living. that's why you're conservative. that's what we wish to conservative. and the best thing you can do is have a good formation and understand and know those things because then you can have those fights but if you don't know those things you won't be in a position to do so. that's the most important thing. get the most out of your college education. and if you're not at a good college, come to hillsdale or take an online course. there are places where you can learn this. but get a good education. >> i want to thank all the panelists for being on the panel tait today. and i want to thank all the students attending cpac. i would challenge all you guys to try to go back and make a difference on your campus so we can have a panel like this next year talking about all the victories you already accomplished in one year on your campus. thank you. ♪ this is going to be the
best day of my life ♪ [ applause ] sunday "in depth" will feature a live conversation with pulitzer prize-winning column exist author dave barry. during our live discussion from books & books bookstore in coral gables, florida we'll be taking your calls and tweets and e-mails on mr. barry's literary career. >> in 1986 i moved to miami and i've been there ever since. carl and i have are going to talk about it, but it's really a good place if you want to be a humor writer, it's an excellent placing to. anyway. >> dave barry has published over 30 books including "dave barry slept here," "dave barry's greatest hits," and the recently released "best state ever: a florida man defends his homeland." watch "in depth" live sunday from noon to 3:00 p.m. eastern on book tv on c-span 2.
sunday night on after words, journalist receivia nelson op her latest book "e pluribus one: reclaiming our founders' vision for america." she's joined by michael steele, former chair of the rnc. >> where does unity come into play and how does this book provide prescriptions for turning that important corner to recognize how important unity is? >> this book is a refresher of civics but i wrote it in a way as you know, my sophia way of we need a little help, we're messed up, america is a great question but we're a little confused by what we want. i think that's what we're wrestling with. this unity piece we have to break this down because the problem you saw in the last election is that half the country literally feels one way and another half of the country feels another. >> sunday night at 9:00 esche on "after words."
>> this weekend on "american history tv" on c-span 3, saturday evening at 6:00 p.m. eastern on the civil war. >> grant is going to put his faith in sherman to break out of this trap. remember, they're still inside this city, the confederates are on the high ground but grant's determined we're going to breck out of this and i'm going to use sherman to do it. >> then at 8:55 lincoln scholar harold holzer on the many paintings, sculptures and photographs of president lincoln now on display in the u.s. capital. >> the heroic image that presidents present in their lifetime and after inspire, motivate, caution future leaders in the days before twitter and instantaneous photography, which i see going on over here, or c-sp c-span. these images which look rudimentary and primitive today
had an enormous power impact and dpluns. >> sunday at 6:30 p.m. eastern international spy museum historian vince houghton talks about the attempts by the u.s. government to overthrow and assassinate cuban leader fidel castro. >> traficante had been kicked out by castro along with all the casinos and mob people. they're the ones that really want to get rid of castro. the cia basically said we've got $150 now on the line, whoever kills castro the money's theirs. >> and at 8:00 on the presidency, ben stein former speechwriter for presidents richard nixon and gerald ford reflects on nixon's time in the white house, his energy policies and initiatives in asia and southeast asia. >> richard nixon confused minds accused of being an anti-semite leapt to israel's defense in a
way no other president ever had. >> for a complete schedule go to c-span.org. of. >> next a conversation on education funding for local school districts. spakers gave recommendations for funding inequities and educational opportunities. the american enterprise institute hosted this event. >> i want to say good morning to everyone. my name is gerard robinson. i'm a resident fellow at the american enterprise institute. for those of you who are in our audience if this is your first time whom to aei a very beautiful building. if this is your second or third time welcome back. for those of you watching on c-span or through our live steam on aei i want to welcome you as well. taed i have an opportunity to moderate a very important